Augustine (354-430) was the dominant figure of the Latin Church in Late Antiquity. His masterpiece, the Confessions, is an unforgettable portrait of one person’s search for God. Later in his career, many of his sermons and treatises set down the main lines for the mystics of the West.
|19:30||Welcome and Meditation|
|19:55||Talk by Bernard McGinn|
|20:35||Response by Margaret Lane|
|21:00||Dialogue between Bernard McGinn and Margaret Lane|
|21:15||Comments from participants|
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